Taking Page From Law Firm Clients, Vendors Sue for Unpaid Bills

Litigation support vendors are suing law firm clients over unpaid bills.

, New York Law Journal

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Some law firm litigation support vendors are taking a page from their clients' handbook and suing firms over unpaid bills. This month, vendors sued White & Case and Kasowitz Benson and Dickstein Shapiro.

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  • PayTheBill

    While a law firm may have an agreement with their client that the client is to pay vendors, unless the vendor is engaged with that caveat, the law firm should pay the bill. The vendor would not know the credit worthiness of a client unless it was revealed in advance that the law firm was not putting its credit behind the contract.

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